Pasha 100: Tackling Banditry, Terrorism And Kidnapping In Nigeria


The Oasis Reporters


March 18, 2021

 




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Usifo Omozokpea, The Conversation and Wale Fatade, The Conversation

Insecurity is common throughout Nigeria. But the northern region is the worst affected because of attacks by the terror group Boko Haram, banditry, kidnappings and conflict between farmers and herdsmen.

 

The chaos has led to the closure of some schools and a feeling of helplessness among citizens in states where attacks are on the increase.

 

Sheriff Folarin, a professor of political science and a peace and conflict scholar, blames the current state of affairs on successive governments that have failed to tackle the underlying causes. He also offers some solutions on dealing with insecurity in the country.

 

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“Happy African Village” by John Bartmann, found on FreeMusicArchive.org licensed under CC0 1.

 

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“A Nigerian police officer stands guard in the Kouré Reserve, about 60 km from Niamey on August 21, 2020”. Photo by Boureima HAMA/AFP found on Getty Images Rights-managedThe Conversation

 

Usifo Omozokpea, Audience Development Manager, The Conversation and Wale Fatade, Commissioning Editor: Nigeria, The Conversation

 

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article.

 

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